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"Flathman explores varieties of pluralism more broadly and deeply than is typical in contemporary moral and political theory, and identifies a fund of viable pluralist theories that can inform a richer and more defensible account of liberalism."

"Offers a deeply pondered analysis."

"Revealing, thought-provoking, and rewarding."

"Much to admire in this characteristically provocative and scholarly book."

"Helps us understand the complex ways in which the pluralist sensibility opens the path to a richer and more psychologically realistic liberalism."